Trustee's Sale Of Real Estate.
Under and by virtue of the
bower and authority contained in
that certain deed of trust dated
Harch 3, 1937, and executed and de
livered to the undersigned trustee,
R. I* Ryburn, by Cleveland Springs
pnmpany a corporation, and record
ed In the office of the register of
deeds for Cleveland county in boon
155 of mortgage deeds, page 264, and
because of the default in the pay
ment of the indebtedness thereby
secured and failure to carry out and
perform the stipulations therein
contained and pursuant to ths de
mand of the owners and holders oi
the indebtedness secured by said
deed of trust. I. R. L. Ryburn, trus
tee. to obtain funds with which to
pay said Indebtedness. wUl expose
for sale at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash at the
court house door in Cleveland
county, the usual place of sale, in
the city of Shelby, North Carolina,
at 13 o'clock, noon, on the 18th day
of January, A. D., 1930, all those
certain tracts or parcels of land en
cumbered by sa.'d deed or trust and
lying and being in No. 6 township,
Cleveland county, state of North
Carolina, more particularly describ
ed m follows:
Situated about two miles east
from the town of Shelby and known
as the Cleveland Springs property,
and described by metes and bounds
Beginning at a staake in the
ben ter of an old road, about 130
feat southwest from the Cleveland
Sprints concrete bridge on state
highway No. JO about 100 feet south
(from state highway No. 20, the same
being W. W. Wilson' corner, and
gunning th*neo 8. 49 W. 48 feet to
St stake In center of said old road;
thence with Wilson’s line 8. 48 de
gree* 80 minutes W. 97 feet to a
Stake in center of said road; thence
With Wilson’s lire 8. 78 degrees 90
tnlnutaa West 7k feet to a stake;
thence with Wilson's line N. 98 de
grees 30 minutes W. 63 feet to a
ntake in center of said old road;
thence with Wilson’s line North :!6
degrees 29 minutes west 338.9 to a
ntake in state highway No. 20;
thence with said state highway No.
90. or the Wilmlngton-Charlotte
Asheville highway, North 82 degrees
40 minutes west 101.8 feet to a stake
In said highway, the same being Dy
rus’a comer; thence with Dycua's
line 8. 81 degrees 15 minutes west
1917 feet tp a stake at a hickory,
thence South 39 degrees 33 mkiutej
east 1870.7 feet, crossing a branch,
at old dam. to a stake in another
branch; thence up and with the
meandenngs or said branch the fol
lowing courses and distances; N.
68 degrees 10 minutes eut 120 feet;
N. 43, E. 87.7,; K. 87 degrees 33 min
utes East 1S0.8 feet; N. 38 degrees
10 minutes E. 61.5 feet; B. 75 E. 149
feet; North 85 degrees 5 minutes E.
71 feet; North 31 East 65.7 feet: N.
28 degrees 35 irlnutes E. 50 feet:
South 85-40 east 100 feet <B. 67-30
E. 69.6 feet; N. 26-20 E. 59 2 feet;
N. 79-30 E. 81 feet) S. 40-40 E. 50 3
feet S. 77-30 E. 100 feet: N. 38-38
E. 147 feet: N. 53-85 E. 85 feet;
North 48-15 E. 265.6 feet; N. 83-40
E. 29.8 feet; N. 26-30 E. 65.7 feet:
N. 41-40 E. 83-8 feet; N. 28-50 E.
134 feet: N. 49 E. 93 feet; N. 30-10
E. 70.4 feet; N. 73-5 E. 63-6 feet;
N. 32-45 E. 200 feet: N. 70-30 E.
64.6 feet: N. 34-30 E. 63 feet; N.
63 E. 163 feet: N. 56-25 E. 94 feet;
N. 47 E. 48 feet: N. 45-30 E. lit
feet; N. 57-50 £. 105 feet; N. 61-10 E.
68 feet; N. 49-20 B. 54 feet to a
stake on foot eart of a large maple
In bank of the branch: thence with
a. A. Wilson's line N. 33-40 E„
Crossing state highway No. 20. 1001
feet to a stake m county highway;
thence with the county highway S
181-8 east 283 feet to a stake In said
Wghway; thence with said highway
B. 71-55 E. 180 feet to a stake in
Kd highway; thence with said
Si way S. 79 E 440 feet to a stake
>n said highway and in the line ot
the lands of O. M. Mull: thence with
the line of the Ur.de of O. M. Mull s
IN. 5-15 E. 1269 feet to a hickorv, O.
K£ Mull's comer, thence with 6. M
Mull's line N. 53-10 E. 860 feet to i
gock, O. M. Mi.li's comer; thence
Wth O. M. Mull’s line and Spake's
line N. 15 minutes E. 610 feet to p
rock. Spate's comer; thence N.
B7-45 W. 470 feet to a stone. Spake
and Border’s comer; thence with
porderls line S. 38-30 Weet 453 feet
|o a stake in the branch; thence
Down the branch as it meanders, the
fceveral courses and distances of
•ame being as follows: S. 67 w. 330
feet; 8. 76-20 W 260 feet; S. 55-20
W. 393 feet; N 60-35 W. 128 feet:
B. 89-10 W. 93 feet: S. 83 W. Ill
feet: 8. 78-2U w. 113 feet; s. 85
W. 97 feet: s. 79-50 W 1383 feet;
S. 83 W. 193 feet; N. 59-20 W. 155
feet; N. 44-25 W. 311 feet; N. 57
W. 130 feet to Wilson’s corner in
branch: thenci with Wilsons line
8. 38-45 W. 575 feet to a stake, Wil
aon’f comer; thence S. 79 w. hbo
feet to a stake. Mrs. Wilsons cor
ner near her residence; thence witli
her line & 25-so w. 153 feet to a
stake; thehce 8. 42-30 E. crossing
state highway No. 20, 240 feet to the
Also all the hotel building, garage,!
tenant house*, spring houses, swim
ming pool. an.t all other buildings
and Improvements located on sale
land together vdth all hotel fur
niture. fixtures, bedding, linen, and
all kitchen utensils and equipment,
all dining room silver dishes and
equipment and all golf course equip
ment. and supplies, and all other
personal property belonging do
Cleveland Springs company and all
claims, notes, accounts, and other
assets, both real and personal, be
longing to Cleveland Springs com
Except in g hoiVtVer, from the fors
going. such lot*, land and property
has heretofore been conveyed by
Cleveland Springs company to pur
chasers thereof as 1» evidenced by
•udh conveyances now of record in
the office of tat' register of deeds
for Cleveland county and subject to
auch easements, rights. and re
strictions now existing.
This, the 12th day of December,
R L. SvYRCRN Trustee.
Around Our TOWN
By RENN DRUM
Shelby Kiwanians last week
held their annual election, and
Insofar as the publicity given
the meeting was concerned the
Kiwanians voted on nothing be
sides officers. Kiwanis widows,
are curious (and very few of
them will be, we know), might
inquire about and learn, how
ever, if other important mat
ters were voted upon.
This tip is *ov»ed out because b;,
the public prints it is noticed that
Kiwanians elsewhere do vote or:
other things. For instance, thl;
item from Elizabeth City, headed
"Kiwanians Like Legs Where Tl#y j
Can See ’Em":
"Elisabeth City Kiwanians are for
shorter skirts. Agitated by the new
l*aris long skirt vogue, they took a
vote to register their preferences,
Tuesday night. The vote was over
whelmingly for visible legs. The
Rev. J. L. Carrick, pastor of Black
well Memorial Baptist church, was
the speaker of the evening.’’
That last line about a minister
being the speaieu of the evening isj
a concluding sentence typical of W.
O. Saunders, the Elizabeth City
DUSTING OIF MEMORIES.
Jonathan Daniels, who conducts
a column in The News and Observ
er, often looks back Into the old
newspaper files, digs up Interesting
little Items, and reproduces them to
contrast the old days with these
much modern cays and nights,
Through the courtesy of some
reader The Star is in possession of
a Shelby Banner March 21, 1874.
The paper at that time was pub
lished by the late Plato Durham,
and It is recalled that Judge James
Webb was for several years associat
ed with him ir. getting out The
Banner. Some of the Items appear
ing in that Issue should be of in
terest to young people as well as
One little pe;s.c»ial remark indi
cated that they were dubious of
politicians even in those days. The
Hem read: “for announcing candi
dates in the Banner, only a V, in
advance.” Mr. Durham perhaps
knew, as modern editors know, that
it’s a task to get a candidate to
make his announcement bill after
the election—ano after he's been
' We learn thni a negTO," tlie Ban
ner said In another item, "one day
this week, spying a jug in an un
impenetrable corner, charged upon
It, and after emptying its contents
into another jug. put it back, and
was surprised exceedingly worse
then anybody else when he was
told that the whiskey had been tak
Evolution, seemingly, has no ef
fect on human natui'e.
In those days. 1874. T. W. Bre
vard was operating a female semi
nary at "Cleaveland Mineral
Springs. ’ and R. J. Brevard. M. D.,
was practicing medicine there.
Dr. O. P. Gardner father of the
present Governor, was also prac
tising medicine, and, according to
his card in the Banner, was "giv
ing prompt attention to all profes
sional calls in town or county, in
the day or at night.”
Webb and Jenkins announced in
the Banner that eggs were selling
for 12 1-2 cents per dozen and ham
for 15 cents per pound. Cotton was
bringing 14 1-2 cents.
The bank of the town was J. Jen
kins A Company.
STATE'S BIGGEST PAPER.
An advertisement in the 1874
Banner stated that The Wilming
ton Star, “only six years old,” has
"a larger circulation than any other
newspaper in 'he State."
Another ad stated that the foun
dry of B. B. B.vomgton A Sons, es- j
tabllshed in 1870, had with it Mr.
W. A. Bridges, expert workman, i
“and is prepared to fill all orders
for buggies and wagons.”
QUILTING PARTY DAYS.
Another Interesting paper Drought j
to The Star by N. A. Camp is the
July 28, 1893 issue of the Shelby Re
view, published by John C. Tipton.
The biggest ed In the paper was
in a space paid for by the Cleveland
Cotton Mills vo 'advertise "Bats for
Among the lawyers who had their
cards in the Review were Robert L.
Ryburn, Geo. A. Frick and H. T.
Hudson. Among the doctors listed
were C. O. Champion, of Moores
boro; Evans McBrayer. V. McBray
er, S. S. Royster and R. E. Moore.
The Osborne Brothers were den
tists. and 8. L. Tomlinson was hat
ed as the "Fashionable Barber." I
What'a more the latter also boasted
of a shop which had hot and cold
A CHRISTMAS TREAT.
..Since Fridays Star informed that
Since Friday's Star informed that
Cleveland county officers intend to
make it a dry Christmas, provided
they capture all the stuff the boys
hope to chase with Canada Dry, the
ad of J. P. Dellinger, dealer to Fine
Whiskies and Wines, as it appeared
in the Shelby Review in 1893 might
be an appropriate bit of torment at
this Juncture. The list of choice
snifters ran something ke this
or, to be exact, Just like this:
Original 1880 Barker—Old Mon
Monogram and Gilt Edge Whiskies
Pure North Catolina Corn—
Maderla, Sheri y and Maurc Fre
Original Budwaiser—Jos. Schii'z
Tivoli Beers—Keg and bottle
In Baptist Sunday
Schools In January
Sunday School Rally To Re Held
Jan. 12th. Miss Blby, Secre
tary Is Coming.
(Special to The Star.)
Pastors and superintendents oi
the forty Baptist Sunday schools in
the Kings Mountain association are
asked to note the following facts
about “Intermediate Promdtion
week" In all our Sunday schools the
week of January 12-19, The pro
cedure will be as follows:
Sunday School Rally.
There will be a Sunday school
rally for all pastors, superintend
ents, officers and teachers and all
the others who can be rallied at
the First Baptist church in Shelby
Sunday, January 12 at 3 p. m. This
will take the place of our regular
January meeting of the Sunday
school association and officers foi
the year will be elected at this time.
Mias Biby To Be Present.
Miss Mary Alice Biby, associate
.secretary of the Intermediate de
partment of our. Sunday school
board at Nashville, will be present
and address the meeting and among
other things present the plans for
Monday afternoon at 2:30 Miss
Biby wants to meet all pastors, su
perintendents and all Intermediate
officers and teachers in all our
Sunday schools, In the Shelby First
church, for a conference on inter
mediate work. Supper will be serv
ed In the church and the confer
ence will have an evening session.
In The Churches.
Miss Biby will haye with her Mrs
Pittard and Mr. Morgan, of North
Carolina. They, with such other help
as they may develop in the confer
ence, want to visit each* church in
the association during the temain
der of the week with services of two
nights and a day of work In each
church. The work in the churches
will be with intermediates only:
determining the constituency, grad
ing and classifying, registering
classes with tne Sunday school
board, introducing and adopting the
class and department standards
where it has not already been done
and intensive visitation to inter
Miss Biby will expect to compile
a list of intermediate workers who
will assist in the work among the
churches. This will be a fine op
portunlty lor the workers or me as- |
socialion to go into other churches
and give and gain profitable infor
By way of preparation for the
work each pasta and superintend
ent are asked to present the mat
ter to their cnurch regularly and
have the week sit aside In the pro
gram u! the church and m the
minas of the people for tills cam
paign. Each superintendent is ask
ed to send a complete list of all in
termediate officers and teachers in
his church to Perry Morgan, Ra
leigh, to Miss Mary Alice Biby,
Nashville,. Tenn., 161 8th avenue, N.
and t6 G. G. Pate. Kings Mountain.
Each superintendent will receive
a standard application blank for his
Sunday school. He is askfd to fill it
out, carefully answering each ques
tion in full, and deliver It to G. G.
Page not later than the meeting at
Shelby January 12. Whether your
Sunday school is standard or not
we desire this Information blank
to be filled in. It is necessary to
our work to know at the very be
ginning of the year just how each
school stands. *
G. G. PAGE, Associatlonal
Supt. Kings Mountain,
December 16, 1029.
Teacher: "Give me an explaiw- i
tion ol three punctuation marks
Boy: “A comma is the brake that
slows down the speed, an exclama
tion point is an accident, and a pe
riod is a bumper.”
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